Helen Hopkinson
Sep 11, 2013
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EPiServer 7 CMS Certification

The time has come for you to become an EPiServer Certified Developer in EPiServer 7 CMS!

October 14 is the official launch date of the EPiServer 7 CMS certification! During launch week, we’re offering no less than five test dates in Stockholm and London in order to meet the demand from developers. Sign up today and become one of the first ECDs in EPiServer 7 CMS!

Information regarding recommended courses and tutorials is available on the EPiServer website. As the certification test is currently under development, the knowledge areas covered in the exam will be available September 23.

The certification exams can be taken at our European headquarters in central Stockholm and at the EPiServer UK office in London. Information regarding certification elsewhere in Sweden.

Sign up today!

Sep 11, 2013

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